COOMBE PRO PEDAL SYSTEMS
4715 BROADWAY STREET - SUITE B-1
BOULDER, COLORADO 80304

PH: 303-886-2352

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With a passion for cycling, Coombe Millennium II pedals are
e
ngineered from the inside - out to provide the highest level
of performance
, reliability and bio-mechanical efficiency.
Precision manufactured
in Boulder, Colorado USA.
MILLENNIUM II pedal bodies and axles are precision
manufactured from aerospace grade stainless steels
for maximum corrosion resistance and lasting durability.
The integrated bearing design is extremely compact,
yet offers the lowest friction and highest load carrying
ability of any pedals' bearings. With proper lubrication
intervals, the bearings will last for the lifetime of the
pedals, providing lower cost of ownership compared
to many other "high end" pedals which use significantly
lower load rated axles/bearings.
The heat treated, high strength stainless steel axles
are generously sized for maximum rigidity and power
transfer, with up to 75% less deflection under load when
compared to other competitors' pedals.
The axles are through hollowed for weight reduction
approaching that of solid titanium axles, but with
the superior strength, rigidity, and wear resistance
of heat treated stainless steel.

Note: we do not offer 6/4 titanium axles since,
when made to the same dimensions as steel axles
(as is dictated for compatibility) they are only about
60% as rigid as steel, and any slight weight savings
is more than offset by the energy lost due to the
increased axle flexing. Hollowed steel axles provide
better overall performance and reliability.
The MILLENNIUM II shoe cleats have a wide platform
and the retention tongues grip the pedal bodies,
providing a very stable and solid connection.

The cleats are mounted using the two side by side
eyelets of the three bolt pattern. They are drilled in
fixed positions for maximum strength, and available
in 3 different fore/aft locations.

The "Green" cleat (shown) positions the axle directly
in-line with the bolt hole centers of the shoe. This
position provides significantly more arch support,
with less strain on the Achilles tendon than the once
traditional "Red" line axle placement.   

The "Blue" cleat positions the axle 4mm behind the
bolt hole centers of the shoe, moving it more directly
under the arch of the foot. This position provides
the most arch support, and the least amount of strain
on the muscles/tendons of the lower leg.

The "Yellow" cleat positions the axle of the pedal
4mm in front of the bolt hole centers. This positions
the axle closer to the "Red" line, and should be used
with caution, as it increases the pressure on the ball
of the foot, which can lead to "hot spots", etc.
COOMBE cleats position
the axle 1 closer to the
arch for better support,
and less strain S, than
in position 2, as used in
some other systems.
Coombe Pro Pedal Systems are a division of Coombe Engineering L.L.C.
The standard cleats are made with bearing grade bronze, providing exceptional wear and corrosion
resistance. The aluminum "race day" cleats bring the overall system weight down to only 270 grams, with
rigid stainless steel axles, making them lighter than many competitors' pedal systems that use weaker,
much more flexible titanium axles to reduce weight (i.e. Speedplay  Zero's with ti axles, and 3 hole cleats,
weigh 284 grams).  These lightweight cleats are only recommended for high level competition due to
having lower durability than the standard bronze cleats.   
  
                  

Millennium II shoe cleats feature aerodynamically sculpted,
  hard rubber walking pads. The pads insert into the rear of
      the cleats and are simple to replace when worn. Combined
         
with the exceptionally low profile of the cleats, off the
           
 bike mobility is faster and safer than ever!  
Patents Pending
The patented "twist in" tongue and groove retention
  mechanism is rock solid, transferring power directly
       into the cranks without the use of flexible spring
loaded latches or plastic parts.
The shoe cleats are aerodynamically sculpted, low in profile,
and the pedal bodies recess into the cleats to provide an
exceptionally low 10mm total stack height (pedal + cleat).
Straight
Forward
and Down
To Forward Stop
Press
Down
and
Rotate
Heel
Out
and
Back

COOMBE MILLENNIUM II pedal systems are currently in stock and shipping within 2 business days. Please view/print the on-line PDF instruction manual, prior to ordering. All sales are covered by our unconditional 60 day money back guarantee.

Complete Pedal System $399.00
Pedals Only $359.00
Standard Cleats (Bronze) $68.00
Race-day Cleats (Aluminum*) $65.00
Replacement Cleat Pads $8.00
Stack Height: 10mm (pedal + cleat)
Cornering Clearance: 38 degrees
Bearing System: 2 rows needle & 1 row ball (patented)
Float Angle: +/- 3 degrees from center
Retention Mechanism: Tongue and groove "twist-in" to engage (patented)
Pedal Weight: 110 grams each (all stainless steel)
Cleat Weight: 55 grams each (Bronze), 25 grams each (Aluminum*)
Q Factor: 53.5mm (Crank face to pedal center)

* Note: The aluminum cleats are less durable than the bronze, and are recommended for race-day only.